Americans are expected to spend one and a half billion dollars shopping online--up 20 percent from last year.
If you work near a computer, the temptation is there to browse for bargains.
She has a lot to shop for this holiday season.
Chasity Privratsky is looking at all the options for her family.
"We like to do Black Friday shopping and online." says Chasity Privratsky/Bismarck.
Although shopping online is a little more subtle, you can easily find special sales and free shipping.
Retail analysts expect this Cyber Monday to be the biggest online shopping day of the year.
At the Gateway Mall in Bismarck, we asked holiday shoppers if they get caught in the "web" of sales.
"I have done more online shopping, but I like getting the stuff right away." says Privratsky.
"I like to look at it, touch it, feel it, see what I'm getting, online wouldn't do that." says Chuck Wetzel.
"I want to see it, I want to feel it, I know how to turn my computer on and off, that's it!" says Catherine Maxey/Prairie Creek Owner.
Although she doesn't have a store website, the owner of Prairie Creek has a sales pitch that's hard to turn down.
"You're going around site, after site trying to get that, and here you can shop at your leisure, nice music and great personality people!" she says.
No matter if you shop online or in the shops, the holiday hunt is open for the season.
An estimated 25 percent of shoppers are using mobile devices to find the best deal online.
That's nearly twice as many as last year.
We called some local shipping companies who say it's more about shopping than actual shipping Monday, but they expect to be extra busy in a few weeks.